JOURNEY OF HOPE GOODWILL GAMES
The Hacienda Owners Association proudly teams up with the Journey of Hope Goodwill Challenge team to raise money supporting the Tri-Valley Community Fund serving local communities. Please join with us today as: Special Event Sponsors, Corporate Race Competitors and Event Participants in support of the 1999 Journey of Hope Goodwill Challenge II. Plan ahead to engage your team(s) in recreational friendly-competitive activities while enjoying good refreshment, music and networking with others from the business, social service, civic and educational arenas of our communities on June 12, 1999.
Everyone who Participates Wins
What will investing business’s gain when they gather outside the workplace at the Journey of Hope Goodwill Challenge II? Besides a chance to flex competitive muscles to win trophies and prizes, employees, managers, VP’s and CEO’s will earn rich dividends in teamwork and fun (good for the heart and soul of every organization), humor and laughter (strengthening organizational immune systems), and competitive challenge (leading to excellence on and off the field!) Team up with us, enhance your own teams performance while enhancing the spirit of teamwork for community benefit.
1998 Introductory Event
1998 was the Journey of Hope Goodwill Challenge introductory event and with its success we are expanding the number and types of participatory events, sponsorship and event participation opportunities. Hear what teams had to say about their experiences from the 1st annual Journey of Hope Goodwill Challenge: “great time for a great cause” “good event to boost morale & support” “awesome event” “excellent facility and team competitions” “meeting new people and sports competitions excellent” “we had a great time, please put us on the mailing list for next year!” .......etc.
Benefit for Tri-Valley Community Fund
The Tri-Valley Community Fund will receive and distribute the charitable proceeds generated from this special event. The Tri-Valley Community Funds’ pulse on the diversified needs within our local communities enable it to address needs with vision for long term and wide range community benefit and impact.
Enrollment and sponsorship materials are available using the contact information below.
Post Office Box 12111, Pleasanton, California 94588
(925) 484-9676 phone/fax
Hacienda Owners Association
4473 Willow Road, Suite 105, Pleasanton, California 94588-8570
(925) 734-6500 phone (925) 734-6501 fax email@example.com e-mail www.hacienda.org WWW